Nashville, Tennessee is the new "It City" and with good reason. Nashville's booming housing market is a result of not only consistently ranking as one of the best cities for economic and job growth, but also for it's friendly, diverse culture. As the "Home of Country Music" you will find major recording and publishing houses situated on Music Row, but did you know that Healthcare is actually Nashville's largest industry? Nashville is also adding tech jobs at a rate faster than the national average, another leading contributor to the city's economic growth. Tennessee does not have a state income tax. Couple that with attractive incentives for relocating or expanding businesses and you can see that the exploding growth of Music City U.S.A. is likely to continue far into the future. Known for it's music scene, you can enjoy live music at one of the many honkytonks located on Lower Broadway, at the historic Ryman Auditorium, at the Grand Old Opry, or catch a concert at Bridgestone Arena. Several bars and restaurants in Nashville are owned by famous country music artists. Many of whom call Nashville home and can be seen hanging out with their fans at the annual CMA Fest (formerly known as Fan Fair). You can also visit the Country Music Hall of Fame. But, country music isn't the only genre in town. Nashville produces a good share of Contemporary Christian music heard on your radio. Sports fans have lots of options here in Nashville. Home of the Tennessee Titans NFL team, Nashville Predators NHL team, Nashville Sounds MiLB team, the upcoming Nashville Soccer team, plus Vanderbilt and many other colleges and universities, there are plenty of games to enjoy. Nashville also has a new Topgolf venue and other golf courses around town to choose from. Food options are endless in Nashville. From the popular "Meat and 3" southern comfort staples, to Nashville Hot Chicken, to world-class haute cuisine, the food scene has something for everyone. Conde Nast Traveler recently stated, "There's enough going on food-wise to warrant a trip soley for eating". Nashville also has several craft breweries, a dinner theatre, food trucks, as well as food and drink tours. Nashville is very proud of it's Farmers' Market, too. Endless fun activities abound in the Nashville area. Centennial Park, Percy Warner Park (home of the Iroquois Steeplechase), Shelby Bottoms Park, and the Nashville Greenways offer lots of opportunities for living a healthy lifestyle including miles of biking and walking trails. Many of the city parks are dog friendly, or have designated areas for you furry friend to play and socialize. Visit the Nashville Zoo, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, one of the many art crawls and festivals held yearly, walk along the riverfront, or head on over to the 385 acre Nashville Shores waterpark located on Percy Priest Lake for a great time. Nashville has a wonderful art culture including the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the Nashville Ballet, an opera, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, and several art galleries and museums. No wonder so many people are deciding to make Nashville, Tennessee, their home. From it's unique neighborhoods, fun murals throughout the city ready for your next photo opp, diverse culture, rich history, wonderful dining options, fantastic shopping, endless entertainment options, and exploding economy, Nashville certainly deserves the title of "It City".
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